I would like to update multiple columns in my table using a case statement, but I cannot find how to do this (is this even possible). I came up with the following invalid reference query:
I’ve followed Adam’s answer here and the Entity Framework now works and the Seed() method also works.
But when I try to access the database like this:
public User FindUserByID(int id)
How can I fire a trigger BEFORE a delete in T-SQL 2005?
The FOR actually fires AFTER an event and they seems no BEFORE argument in the TRIGGER function.
The INSTEAD OF is not what I want.
I need to …
I’ve come across some SQL queries in Oracle that contain ‘(+)’ and I have no idea what that means. Can someone explain its purpose or provide some examples of its use?
I’m trying to get the current date into a variable inside a SQL stored procedure using the following commands
DECLARE @LastChangeDate as date
SET @LastChangeDate = SELECT GETDATE()
This gives me the …
Suppose I have a table Tab1 with attributes – a1, a2, … etc. None of the attributes are unique.
What will be the nature of the following query? Will it return a single row always?
SELECT a1, a2, …
I have two tables
TableOne (TABLE_ONE_ID (pk), TABLE_TWO_ID (fk), …(something else) )
TableTwo (TABLE_TWO_ID (pk), TABLE_ONE_ID (fk), …(something else) )
How can I delete records from these …
Is there a way to disable SQL query logging when I’m executing commands in the console? Ideally, it would be great if I can just disable it and re-enable it with a command in the console.
I’m trying …
I have this query (in postgresql):
SELECT “table_1”.* FROM “table_1”
INNER JOIN “join_table”
ON “table_1″.”id” = “join_table”.”table_1_id”
WHERE “join_table”.”table_2_id” = 650727
ORDER BY table_1….